Employment Law

Many hard-working employees are confronted with unfair or even intolerable working conditions.

Many times such employees are terminated or forced to quit, frequently causing devastating financial and emotional harm. California and federal laws against certain employment practices and terminations reflect our country’s commitment to fundamental fairness in the work place and are in place to protect employees.

The Many Ways Employers May Violate the Law:

When unfair employment practices violate state or federal law, whether it be unlawful discrimination, unlawful harassment, unlawful retaliation or the failure to provide mandated working conditions or accommodations (such as the right pay for all hours worked, proper breaks, safe working conditions, disability accommodations or legally mandated leaves of absence) and cause an employee harm, the Law Office of Thomas Marc Litton is ready to fight for that employee's rights.


According to California and federal laws, victims of unlawful employment practices are entitled to receive just compensation for their losses. Depending upon the types of claims against an employer, such losses may include past and future lost wages, past and future compensation for emotional distress, penalties imposed by law, and a victim’s attorneys’ fees paid by the employer.

Depth of Experience:

In more than 30 years of employment law practice, Mr. Litton has protected the rights of California employees against unlawful discrimination, illegal working conditions, unlawful employment terminations, unlawful retaliation, violations of state and federal laws such as the Family and Medical Leave Act and other laws designed to protect California employees. Mr. Litton has secured just compensation for his clients either through litigation in court or arbitration or through confidential settlement discussions with the employers’ lawyers directly or with the help of a retired court judge in mediation.

Discretion, Care, Diligence:

Mr. Litton understands that employment problems are often difficult to endure and need to be handled discreetly. Therefore, every consultation is completely confidential. Most initial consultations are free. Mr. Litton will review your circumstances, tell you if additional information is necessary, provide you with an analysis of your potential claims and and tell you how he can help you. Mr. Litton will be diligent and provide you with the highest professional care. Depending on your situation, Mr. Litton may accept your case on contingency, meaning no fees will be paid to Mr. Litton unless he obtains a recovery for you. If Mr. Litton accepts your case, he will not resolve your matter unless you understand and agree to the proposed settlement.

If you feel that you are a victim of any unlawful employment practice, please do not hesitate to contact Marc Litton. Your rights are at stake and you may need to take rapid action to avoid losing your rights to seek just compensation.